Here’s which local grad school programs earned top spots in U.S. News rankings

PITTSBURGH — The U.S. News and World Report published its 2022 best graduate school rankings, and both Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh made it high onto the lists in several academic programs.

Pitt earned high rankings in many of the health sciences-focused programs. The university earned first in physical therapy, third in speech language pathology, third in occupational therapy, fourth in nursing anesthesia, seventh in audiology, eighth in clinical psychology, 13th in pharmacy, 13th in medical school for research, 15th in public health, 17th in health care management, 20th in rehabilitation counseling, 27th in nursing midwifery, 39th in chemistry and 46th in biological sciences.

CMU also earned 39th in biological sciences and 41st in chemistry. Duquesne University also achieved a few top spots, ranking 29th in occupational therapy and 43rd in pharmacy.

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